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New and Noteworthy
Education Initiative in Cardiology

  • Heart Failure — Patient with HFrEF: Initiating Morbidity and Mortality Reducing Therapies – @Point of Care Chapter
  • Patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) are at high risk of disease-related morbidity and mortality. Several classes of medications have been shown to be effective in reducing these outcomes, and so it is incumbent on clinicians to try to ensure all eligible patients receive these ... more >>
    C. Cannon, MD
  • Stroke Prevention — Patient With Atrial Fibrillation at High Risk for Stroke or Thromboembolism Who Underwent Percutaneous Intervention for Acute Coronary Syndrome – Webcast
  • Patients with atrial fibrillation who undergo percutaneous intervention to treat acute coronary syndrome need highly personalized monitoring and treatment decision-making to manage the ongoing risks of stroke or thromboembolism, bleeding, and recurrent cardiac ischemic event following percutaneous ... more >>
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Cardiology Journal Club – Podcast
  • The Covid-19 pandemic has hit patients with cardiovascular disease particularly hard. Moreover, cardiovascular disease sequelae are plaguing Covid-19 patients who did not have heart disease to begin with. Our faculty discusses several papers related to cardiology issues as well as what they are seeing in ... more >>
    M. Walsh, MD
  • Heart Failure — What Drives the Clinical Benefits Seen with SGLT2 Inhibitors? – BreakingMED
  • Findings from multiple randomized, clinical trials provide evidence of the clinical benefit of SGLT2 inhibition in patients with reduced ejection fraction heart failure (HFrEF), and there is little convincing left to do about the value of adding SGLT2 inhibitors to the HF armamentarium. But exactly why these ... more >>
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Special Considerations in Cardiology for Post Covid-19 Patients – Webcast
  • As the Covid-19 pandemic enters its second year clinicians are armed with hard won knowledge about therapies that can save lives and with ever-deepening understanding of the sequelae of this disease. In this exclusive video, Harvard cardiologist Deepak Deepak L. Bhatt, MD, MPH, Executive Director of ... more >>
  • Heart Failure — ACC Issues Decision Pathway for Treating HFrEF – BreakingMED
  • In the real world of daily clinical practice, the “treatment of HFrEF can feel overwhelming, and many opportunities to improve patient outcomes are being missed…" That critical assessment prompted the American College of Cardiology to take a stab at simplifying things for clinicians by producing a detailed " ... more >>
    V. Abramson, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Journal Club Podcast in Cardiology – Podcast
  • Venous thrombosis appears to be a complicating feature of Covid-19. In this Journal Club podcast, our faculty look at this risk and discuss treatments, including the role of direct oral anticoagulants in this patient population.
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Anticoagulant and Antiplatelet Combination Regimens for Patients With Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation and Acute Coronary Syndrome or Who Have Undergone Percutaneous Coronary Intervention – Webcast
  • Patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF) are typically prescribed direct oral anticoagulants to prevent stroke, whereas patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS), with or without percutaneous coronary intervention, are typically prescribed antiplatelet drugs to prevent arterial thrombosis. ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Managing Patients With Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation and Acute Coronary Syndrome or Who Have Undergone Percutaneous Coronary Intervention – Webcast
  • In the first webcast in this series, Paul Dorian, MD, shared relevant clinical trial data to discuss the difficulty in managing patients with both nonvalvular atrial fibrillation and acute coronary syndrome in terms of risk of bleeding and risk of stroke. In this webcast, Managing Patients With Nonvalvular ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Integration of Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes in the Care of Patients With Atrial Fibrillation – Webcast
  • Patient-reported data are crucial to help clinicians manage atrial fibrillation in a patient-specific, patient-centered manner. Most importantly, how does a patient’s particular arrhythmia affect his or her quality of life? Join Paul Dorian, MD, for Integration of Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes in the ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • The Art & Science of Heart Failure Management
  • The Art & Science of Heart Failure Management is designed to provide new information based on breaking medical news, new data presented at medical meetings, and case studies on current and emerging management strategies on the most up-to-date evidence-based medicine and clinical trial results in heart failure ... more >>
    J. Udelson, MD
  • Clinical Context: Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrilation
  • Clinical Context: Stroke Prevention in
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    is designed to provide up-to-date information on patient identification, risk factors, and current and emerging treatments and best practices in the management of atrial fibrillation.

    The curriculum includes:
    • 6 case studies
    • MedPage Today meeting
    ...
    more >>
    C. Yancy, MD, MSc
  • Cardiology Mastery in Chronic Heart Failure
  • Cardiology Mastery in Chronic Heart Failure is designed to provide new information based on breaking medical news, new data presented at medical meetings, and case studies on current and emerging management strategies on the most up-to-date evidence-based medicine and clinical trial results in chronic heart ... more >>
    C. Yancy, MD, MSc
  • Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension @Point of Care
  • Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a rare disorder associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Three PAH treatment pathways or targets have been identified—the endothelin pathway, the nitric oxide pathway, and the prostacyclin pathway. In 1995 the FDA approved the first treatment specifically ... more >>
    R. Channick, MD
  • Heart Failure @Point of Care
  • Heart failure is a significant health burden and, with increasing comorbidities and the aging of the population, this burden is likely to worsen especially in certain populations. Guideline-directed medical therapies have been shown to reduce morbidity and mortality in patients with heart failure, but are ... more >>
    G. Fonarow, MD
  • Hypercholesterolemia @Point of Care
  • The Hypercholesterolemia @Point of Care platform provides comprehensive and current information organized into a progressive series of activities and patient cases covering guideline-recommended diagnostic and treatment strategies with up-to-date clinical trial data and insights from top specialists. ... more >>
    M. Miller, MD
  • Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation and VTE @Point of Care
  • Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation and VTE @Point of Care is a clinical decision-making tool that provides a streamlined, comprehensive mobile reference for clinicians to obtain information on the diagnosis, treatment and management of Atrial Fibrillation and VTE. It is made up of a progressive series ... more >>
    S. Connolly, MD, FRCPC
  • Stroke Prevention — Patient With Atrial Fibrillation at High Risk for Stroke or Thromboembolism Who Underwent Percutaneous Intervention for Acute Coronary Syndrome – Webcast
  • Patients with atrial fibrillation who undergo percutaneous intervention to treat acute coronary syndrome need highly personalized monitoring and treatment decision-making to manage the ongoing risks of stroke or thromboembolism, bleeding, and recurrent cardiac ischemic event following percutaneous ... more >>
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Cardiology Journal Club – Podcast
  • The Covid-19 pandemic has hit patients with cardiovascular disease particularly hard. Moreover, cardiovascular disease sequelae are plaguing Covid-19 patients who did not have heart disease to begin with. Our faculty discusses several papers related to cardiology issues as well as what they are seeing in ... more >>
    M. Walsh, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Special Considerations in Cardiology for Post Covid-19 Patients – Webcast
  • As the Covid-19 pandemic enters its second year clinicians are armed with hard won knowledge about therapies that can save lives and with ever-deepening understanding of the sequelae of this disease. In this exclusive video, Harvard cardiologist Deepak Deepak L. Bhatt, MD, MPH, Executive Director of ... more >>
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Journal Club Podcast in Cardiology – Podcast
  • Venous thrombosis appears to be a complicating feature of Covid-19. In this Journal Club podcast, our faculty look at this risk and discuss treatments, including the role of direct oral anticoagulants in this patient population.
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Anticoagulant and Antiplatelet Combination Regimens for Patients With Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation and Acute Coronary Syndrome or Who Have Undergone Percutaneous Coronary Intervention – Webcast
  • Patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF) are typically prescribed direct oral anticoagulants to prevent stroke, whereas patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS), with or without percutaneous coronary intervention, are typically prescribed antiplatelet drugs to prevent arterial thrombosis. ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Managing Patients With Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation and Acute Coronary Syndrome or Who Have Undergone Percutaneous Coronary Intervention – Webcast
  • In the first webcast in this series, Paul Dorian, MD, shared relevant clinical trial data to discuss the difficulty in managing patients with both nonvalvular atrial fibrillation and acute coronary syndrome in terms of risk of bleeding and risk of stroke. In this webcast, Managing Patients With Nonvalvular ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Integration of Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes in the Care of Patients With Atrial Fibrillation – Webcast
  • Patient-reported data are crucial to help clinicians manage atrial fibrillation in a patient-specific, patient-centered manner. Most importantly, how does a patient’s particular arrhythmia affect his or her quality of life? Join Paul Dorian, MD, for Integration of Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes in the ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — A Patient With A Wearable: Diagnosis and Initial Management of Atrial Fibrillation – Webcast
  • Patient wearables, including the more recent models of Apple watch and KardiaMobile, now enable patients to record a 30-second electrocardiogram (ECG) that may be integrated into an electronic medical record and used by a clinician to diagnose and monitor atrial fibrillation. These tools, when used correctly, ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — A Patient With A Wearable: Evaluating and Managing Heart Rate and Rhythm – Webcast
  • Clinicians often face the decision of whether to also apply heart rate control or rhythm control for patients with atrial fibrillation who are already receiving a direct anticoagulant for stroke prevention. In A Patient With A Wearable: Evaluating and Managing Heart Rate and Rhythm, Paul Dorian, MD, continues ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Treatment of an Elderly Patient at High Risk for Stroke During the Covid-19 Pandemic – Case Study
  • The Covid-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of healthcare. This case illustrates the treatment of a patient diagnosed with atrial fibrillation in the spring of 2020, and highlights both best practice for the treatment of atrial fibrillation and considerations of the impact SARS-CoV-2 can have on patients ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Cardiology Care Considerations — Treatment of an Elderly Patient at High Risk for Stroke During the Covid-19 Pandemic – Case Study
  • The Covid-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of healthcare. This case illustrates the treatment of a patient diagnosed with atrial fibrillation in the spring of 2020, and highlights both best practice for the treatment of atrial fibrillation and considerations of the impact SARS-CoV-2 can have on patients ... more >>
    P. Dorian, MD
  • Heart Failure — Patient With Worsening HFrEF and Prediabetes – Case Study
  • Patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) should be managed using guideline-directed medical therapy, and include use of agents that modulate all pathways known to affect HF outcomes. This includes evidence-based beta blockers and agents that inhibit the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone ... more >>
    J. Butler, MD, MPH, MBA
  • Heart Failure — Patient With Worsening HFrEF and Multiple Hospitalizations – Case Study
  • Patients with heart failure (HF) with reduced ejection fraction should be managed using guideline-directed medical therapy, which includes agents that block the renin-angiotensin system, such as angiotensin converting enzymes inhibitors, angiotensin receptor blockers, or angiotensin receptor-neprilysin ... more >>
    J. Udelson, MD
  • Heart Failure — Optimizing Treatment for a Patient With Hypertension and HFrEF – Case Study
  • Patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction should be managed using recent clinical trial outcomes and guideline-directed medical therapy (GDMT), which include agents that block the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system. This case illustrates the real-life clinical scenario of a patient who ... more >>
    K. Ferdinand, MD
  • Heart Failure — Managing a Hispanic Patient With Diabetes, High Cholesterol, and Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction – Case Study
  • This case demonstrates the real-life clinical scenario of the initial presentation of a patient with heart failure and comorbidities. It demonstrates guideline- and evidence-based diagnosis and treatment of such patients, with emphasis on the need for early initiation of treatment in order to prevent or ... more >>
    Y. Selektor, MD
  • Heart Failure — Managing an Elderly Heart Failure Patient With Hypertension – Case Study
  • This case discusses the real-life clinical scenario of an elderly patient with hypertension and symptoms of heart failure (HF), and describes the common progression of hypertension to HF with advancing age. The case emphasizes evidence-based treatment, as multiple therapies have been shown to be effective for ... more >>
    M. Dunlap, MD
  • Heart Failure — Managing a Heart Failure Patient With Cardiovascular Disease – Case Study
  • This case demonstrates the real-life clinical scenario of a patient with diabetes and hypertension, illustrating the work-up and diagnosis of her cardiovascular disease and heart failure. The case also highlights the guideline-recommended strategies for the treatment and subsequent optimization of medical ... more >>
    E. Hsich, MD
  • Heart Failure — Managing a Patient With Cardiovascular Disease and Severe Renal Impairment – Case Study
  • This case demonstrates the real-life clinical scenario of a patient with symptomatic heart failure and a reduced ejection fraction and renal impairment, and discusses guideline-directed medical therapy for such patients. Patients with renal impairment are eligible for treatment with most of the Class I ... more >>
    E. Hsich, MD
  • Heart Failure — Managing a Hypertensive Black Patient With a Reduced Ejection Fraction – Case Study
  • This case demonstrates the real-life clinical scenario of a black patient with hypertension and heart failure with a reduced ejection fraction, highlighting the guideline-recommended strategies for initial treatment and subsequent optimization in black patients with heart failure.
    J. Udelson, MD
  • Heart Failure — Managing a Patient With a Rapid Heart Beat, Symptomatic HF, and Intolerance to Beta Blockers – Case Study
  • This case demonstrates the real-life clinical scenario of a patient with symptomatic heart failure and a reduced ejection fraction with a rapid heart rate. Guideline-directed medical therapy includes use of beta blockers, but this patient was intolerant to all but a modest dose of these agents. The evidence ... more >>
    J. Udelson, MD

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